Sport Helps Campaign

With just 30 seconds of your time you can ensure local soccer programs have support from all levels of government to continue growing the sport in Canada. Players, parents, and volunteers in our communities all benefit from sport, which is why we have joined the Sport Helps campaign.The COVID-19 pandemic

Provincial Health Authority Update, December 2nd, 2020

As per the most recent PHO update effective immediately all youth soccer programing must adhere to ViaSports Phase #2 Guidelines (BCSA Phase #1 for Soccer -“Modified Training”).  At this time all LISA match play will be suspended indefinitely and it is club discretion to continue with ViaSport Phase #2 programing.  The

Provincial Health Authority Announcement, November 19th

UPDATE: November 23, 2020 BC Soccer Association has provided the following clarification on the Provincial Health Order: 2020Nov_memo_provincial_govt_announcement_Nov23-2Download Based on this amendment individual players living outside of the CRD who are registered on teams based in Victoria are permitted to participate as long as the team function remains within the

Vikes Kick Cancer

As the uncertain nature of 2020 continues, the Vikes Men’s and Women’s Soccer teams are looking at tackling something away from the field this fall. Former teammate and Captain, Mackenzie Rigg, has been recently diagnosed with brain cancer (Astrocytoma Grade IV). In support, the Vikes are looking to raise money